Series: Twelve (1993)
Mace was released carded as part of the twelfth series (1993). The 1993 Battle Corps figures were numbered 1 through 36 - Mace was number 29.
Mace was intended to be part of the 1993 assortment of D.E.F. (Drug Elimination Force) subset. However, Hasbro decided not to release any D.E.F. toys in 1993 and instead repackaged them as Battle Corps toys.
He was discontinued domestically in 1994.
Mace came with a yellow helmet, three yellow rifles and pistols, a yellow knife, a black missile launcher (spring loaded, actually fired), two yellow missiles, and a yellow figure stand.
Except for the missile launcher and helmet, all of Mace's accessories came attached to one plastic "tree." The accessories were removed from the tree.
Note that Mace's figure stand is for his left foot - not his right like most G.I.Joe figure stands.
Birthplace: Denver, Colorado
Primary Specialty: Undercover Surveillance
Secondary Specialty: Intelligence
Motto: "I always have the last laugh on Cobra criminals, right after I lock them up!"
No variations of Mace (v1) are known to exist.
Mace's body is entirely original - no parts were taken from other figures.
Mace's torso, waist, and legs were later used to make Double Clutch (v2) (2004).
In Australia, Mace was released on D.E.F. packaging instead of Battle Corps packaging.
Versions of Mace
This was the only version of Mace ever released.
Reference InformationThe below information contains information about references to various collector's guides, Hasbro references, original retail prices, and other reference material related to Mace (v1).
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Desimone Guide: #411
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